Royal Hawaiian Hotel
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... which was great, cause I love it and today I could dance it even more, cause I didn't have to think about the order of the steps. Terri was very happy to see me again. I wish I would've asked if I could film, but I also wanted to have time to enjoy the actual dancing instead of worrying to ask if I could tape and then find someone to film it for me. Guess I'll have to do it next time, when I come back to LA. Yes, will definitely have to go back to LA. I once again thanked Terri for ...
... left my customs form in the plan. Okay stupid janna action, so had to go out of the cue and fill out another form. At first passport control where they also take your finger prints and a photo the guy was really friendly and just like new york he started making funny conversation. He laughed about me saying my stay in weeks and exact days, asked me what job and if I was traveling alone. When I said yes, he said: aaah so you're an adventurous bold traveler. Haaha ...
... 20 per person because I didn't have any other small bills. It was absolutely exhilarating.
I told Marie in the morning that in my travels yesterday I had seen 2 Vietnamese restaurants - one downhill from the Ramada (along with lots of other restaurants) and one uphill (the only restaurant I saw that way). She was looking forward to some fresh Vietnamese food after all the American food we had eaten. So we set off down the hill but the place I had ...
... the park and of course no visit to the park is complete without watching the spectacular Fireworks at the end of the night.
After watching "Tinkerbell" fly through the air we headed for the Monorail to get home, and to top off Matthew's Birthday in the park we all got into the front of the Monorail with the Driver as we headed to the Downtown Station. So we put our heads on to the pillows as tomorrow is California Adventure ...
... drum kits and keyboards and other instruments that you can play and record yourself. You could even change the sound of a hit song with booths that had engineers and you chose what it was going to sound like. I could quite easily have spent a few days there.
When I left, I came out to see people everywhere, all wearing Kings t-shirts. All the bars and shops were full, such a change from when I got there. I ...